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Euston Grove Press is an independent small publisher located in London, United Kingdom. We started in 2007. We publish original books and pamphlets, plus quality facsimile editions. We sell our books worldwide.


The areas of development are history of science and history of Crystal Palace.

Euston Grove Press takes its name from a small street in London. Today, Euston Grove is little more than a roundabout for buses outside Euston mainline rail station. Reginald Wynn Owen’s arresting 1921 memorial to railway men and women lost in war dominates the view. For some historical research on the history of Euston Grove as one of London’s streets, visit this link (Web) for a specially commissioned essay.

The image we use in our logo is from a 19thC engraving by H. Bond after Thomas Hosmer Shepherd – “London and Birmingham Railway Terminus – Euston Square” – dated 1845-1860. The view is north-facing from the centre of Euston Grove through Euston Place and towards the Propylaeum and screen.


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Euston Grove Press has a small staff. That’s good if you want to contact us and aren’t sure where to start. Email our editor, and they will pass things to the appropriate person.


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Editor’s Blog

  • Brown Dog Affair

    In 1906, anti-vivisection campaigners unveiled a memorial in Battersea, London, as a new weapon in their long-running propaganda war. A celebrated libel trial focused attention on the plight of one… Continue reading

  • Body-Snatching and the Resurrection Industry

    An angry wife strikes back at system that cost her husband. Ann Millard. 1825. An account of the circumstances attending the imprisonment and death of the late William Millard, formerly Superintendent… Continue reading

  • William Jennings Bryan Rises Again

    Death leaves work undone. William Jennings Bryan died just a few days after the 1925 Scopes ‘Monkey’ Trial came to an end. This left him with work undone. In the… Continue reading


Recent Published Titles

  • Shakespeare and Science

    Cumberland Clarke’s Shakespeare and Science is a monumental compilation of the Bard’s many references to natural and celestial phenomena, including a careful study of Shakespeare’s interest in, and dramatic use… Continue reading

  • UNESCO: Its Plan and Purpose

    UNESCO was created “to contribute to peace and security by promoting collaboration among the nations through education, science, and culture.” No one spoke with greater authority about the plan for UNESCO… Continue reading

  • The Brown Dog and His Memorial

    In 1907, London medical students protested over a statue raised to a little brown dog. Bonfires burned late into the night. Large groups marched through the streets clashing with police…. Continue reading